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Bid to meet demand

Dawn Gibson
Wednesday, January 23, 2013

MANGO Café Flavours of Fiji became the latest tenant of Fiji's first multiplex cinema and shopping complex, Damodar City Centre, yesterday morning.

Damodar Brothers (Films) Limited chief executive officer Div Damodar said the café and restaurant had "fantastic ideas".

"The objective of the centre is to fulfil and satisfy every form of public demand for leisure, entertainment, food and the shopping experience. All tenancies to this date reflect that," Mr Damodar said.

He said the complex was in its final stages of completion, having already leased out 75 per cent of available spaces to tenants.

According to the Damodar Brothers team, having Mango Café on board would increase food variety at the complex.

"The Damodar team is pleased that a new but exciting fast food bistro would be available among the variety of businesses at the centre.

"Subways, delicious sandwiches, cakes and pastries will be some of the many things that Mango will be providing for its customers," the team said in a statement.

Mango Café's founding director Kalara Vusoniwailala said the move was exciting and hopeful.

Meanwhile, the centre is expected to open within the first quarter of this year.





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